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Secrets of the Moon-Door - 5e

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Legendary Treasure of a Forgotten God!

Behind the horned altar of ruined temple to a forgotten god stands a great stone door carved in the likeness of the crescent moon and decorated with mysterious sigils. Countless attempts by explorers and treasure-seekers to open the door have failed, until now!

Secrets of the Moon-Door is a short PDF adventure for 10th to 12th level characters, set in the Primeval Thule 5e campaign setting, and written by Sasquatch Games Studio co-founder Richard Baker. This adventure was written as part of the Primeval Thule 5e kickstarter campaign, and is now available for purchase for your 5e Thule game!

Inspired by the literary traditions of sword-and-sorcery adventure, lost worlds, and fantastic horror, the land of Primeval Thule is a savage, intense campaign setting. Primeval Thule is a multi-platform campaign setting, available in separate versions for 5e, the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, the 13th Age Roleplaying Game, and the 4th edition of D&D. 

 
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18
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SQG1553
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File Last Updated:
January 16, 2016
This title was added to our catalog on January 19, 2016.
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Sasquatch Game Studio
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